Rising sea levels and stuff mean that Aries may begin to feel unappreciated, like most of what they do is behind the scenes. This is because of the gravitational pull between Mars and Jupiter and the fact that it’s true. Repeat after me, ‘I am the backbone of this family, without me no one would have clean undies.’
It’s also an important time to be putting boundaries in place this month, Aries. But do it slowly so to avoid hurt feelings. Tell your child that while you love the bonding experience of sharing a bath with them, you’d prefer they didn’t crap in it or tell the teachers at preschool about your untamed bush the next day.
The moon has done a full circle which means it’s time to clean up.
Not in a metaphoric sense or anything meaningful. The kids have trashed the living room while you’re been reading this. There’s orange juice through your computer, poo on the walls and the baby is gnawing on a dog treat.
Later in the month Jupiter will move into the second phase which brings your focus back into the home. This means that everyone will have gastro which will see you housebound holding mixing bowls and buckets for people to vomit into. Be aware that your husband will naturally have it worse than anyone else and no one will care when you get it.
Gemini’s may feel the need to enter into big decisions this month and you can blame the full moon, or the half moon or any moon, really. Normal functioning like reason and reasonable expectations may be compromised. Remember this before you attend a Thermomix demonstration at your friends house. It’s a $2000 blender that makes risotto.
Around the 15th, you’ll feel a surge of energy which can be attributed to the sixth house of the solar charts. You’ll be inspired, motivated and ready to accept new challenges.